A Hillbilly Farms groom/trainer/photographer/rider
A golf cart is a must if you want to fit in at the big A-shows. So if another barn leaves theirs unattended, jump in and pretend like it is yours.
When success is measured by how long you stayed on your horse, turnout just isn't that important.
And attention to detail is over-rated.
(We don't know anyone with the initials LJH.)
The right tackroom setup is important for attracting the right sort of clientel.
Wheelbarrows - not just for manure anymore.
Use every tool at your disposal to gain a competitive edge.
A well-stocked grooming box is essential to keep both horse and rider performing at their best.
If your horse destroys the horse trailer, customize it so that every one knows who did it.
Baling twine can be used for just about anything.
Staying hydrated is important...
...but it is really hard to find chairs with cup holders that are big enough.
If it is good enough for the horses to pee in, it is good enough for you to pee in.